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Is it possible to talk so much that it damages your lips? watch

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    Yesterday I was talking for four hours straight to people, and I forgot to have a drink for the first two hours. Today my lips are really dry. I was outside when this happened.
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    Yeah,

    Another reason could be when someone decides to punch you for talking too much.
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    you need

    http://www.dhresource.com/200x200s/f...-mask-anti.jpg

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    Yes it is. You will be breathing through your mouth, not drinking, maybe licking them too much which will cause dryness, then cracking and flaking
    Use a balm to remoisturise
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    i hope not otherwise i am in trouble :hide::hide::hide::hide:
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    My mouth goes dry when I talk for long periods of time, but not my lips. Perhaps it's something to do with the FREEZING weather, brrrr.
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    I mean... that would explain a lot
 
 
 
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